Here is a selection of interviews from panel sessions and news media
Dr. E. Faye Williams and Dr. Lezli Baskerville discuss Dick Gregory Wake Up and Stay Woke: Running for Life in Washington, DC at Busboys and Poets in historic Anacostia
On the 49th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr’s assassination, reporter/producer Darrielle Snipes talks with Susan L. Hall, Director of Community Relations and Curator, Cleveland History Center of the Western Reserve Historical Society, and Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq., President of the National Congress of Black Women, about the status of civil and human rights under President Trump.
National President and CEO of the National Congress of Black Women, Dr. E Faye Williams, joins discuss NCBW and Hillary Clinton.
Women’s History Month interview with Footage from our forum with George Washington University, “Standing Up For Change: Women & The Civil Rights Movement.”
Ambassador Andrew Young, Rock Newman, Host of The Rock Newman Show, Dr. E. Faye Williams, Carl Nelson, Host of The Carl Nelson Show and Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr. pay tribute to comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory on NewsOne Now.
According to the World Health Organization, roughly 30% of women report some form of physical or sexual violence by their partner. Dr. E. Faye Williams of the National Congress of Black Women discusses the Violence Against Women Act.
Dr. E. Faye Williams shares why she’s definitely in for 2012: “I’ve been very excited about this president since I first heard him at the Democratic Convention. President Obama: ‘I believe that we have a righteous wind at our backs. And that as we stand on the crossroads of history we can make the right choice and meet the challenges that face us.’
Panel Session. National Action Network Convention in New York
National Congress of Black Women national Chair Dr. E Faye Williams speaks, encouraging Voter Empowerment during Metro-Atlanta chapter kick-off, Stuart McClean Gallery, July 2012… www.facebook.com/NCBWAYC
Dr. E. Faye Williams, Esq., CEO & President National Congress of Black Women Women We Look Up 2!
Dr. E. Faye Williams at the 2007 National NOW Conference
Under the National Women’s Editorial Forum, a project of the American Forum Dr. E. Faye Williams from the National Congress of Black Women covers the apparent placement of a bust of Sojourner Truth in the Capitol, as well as provides a brief background story on Sojourner Truth.
Dr. E. Faye Williams, discusses pay equity and other issues of equality for women. Williams stated, “One of the things we have decided that we have to do is to stir up that Equal Rights Amendment so that we’re in the Constitution and better protected than we are now.”